Where form meets function

Creative Review passes over this excellent reference article, this Friday, on the making of a 1954 Coca-Cola neon sign. A great one for fans of the details. “In the new issue of CR, I talk to Coca-Cola archivist, Ted Ryan, about the history of the brand’s 125 year-old identity, explored in a new show at the Design Museum. One of the highlights of the display is a book documenting the design and build of their first neon sign for Piccadilly Circus, in 1954…”

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